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Seiko Men's SNK807 Seiko 5 Automatic Stainless Steel Watch with Blue Canvas Band

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  • Imported
  • Round watch featuring blue dial with day/date windows at 3 o'clock, luminous sword-shape hands, and textured crown
  • 37 mm stainless steel case and Hardlex mineral dial window
  • Automatic self-winding movement with analog display
  • Blue canvas band with buckle closure
  • Water resistant to 30 m (99 ft)

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Product Description

From the master craftsmen at Seiko, the Seiko Men's SNK807 Seiko 5 Automatic Blue Canvas Strap Watch is a cutting-edge timepiece with a masculine appeal. Featuring a blue analog dial and a blue canvas band, this watch is packed with style and would be a great addition to your watch collection.

This is an automatic mechanical watch. Automatic watches do not operate on batteries; instead, they are powered automatically by the movement of the wearer’s arm. If the main spring in your automatic watch is not wound sufficiently, timekeeping may become less accurate. In order to maintain accuracy, wear the watch for 8 hours or more per day, or manually wind the main spring by turning the crown. When not in use, automatic watches may be kept charged with an automatic watch winder – a watch storage unit which may be purchased separately.

Seiko

From Humble beginnings, Kintaro Hattori’s Vision for Seiko has become reality. A consuming passion for excellence - imprinted in our Corporate DNA passed from generation to generation. Seiko, for 125 years committed to the art and science of time.

A culture of innovation connects a 19th century Tokyo clock shop with 20th century advances in timekeeping to an extraordinary 21st century "quiet revolution." Continually driven by dedication and passion, established a multitude of world’s first technologies… transforming the principles of timekeeping.

The first quartz wristwatch – changed the history of time.

The first Kinetic – marked a new era in quartz watch technology.

In 1969, Seiko Astron, the first quartz wristwatch - was introduced.

In an instant, Seiko exponentially improved the accuracy of wristwatches –And Seiko technology firmly established today’s standard in Olympic and sports timing.

1984, another celebrated first – Kinetic Technology – powered by body movement.

Kinetic – a quartz mechanism with unparalleled accuracy –the driving force behind more world’s firsts.

Kinetic Chronograph – the next generation of high performance timekeeping.

Kinetic Auto Relay – automatically resets to the correct time.

Kinetic Perpetual - combining the date perfect technology of perpetual calendar with the genius of Kinetic Auto Relay.

And now Kinetic Direct Drive – move, and the watch is powered automatically. Or hand wind it and see the power you are generating in real time.

In the realm of fine watches, time is measured by Seiko innovation – A heritage of dedication to the art and science of time.

  • ASIN: B006CHML4I
  • Product Dimensions: 5.9 x 5.9 x 5.9 inches; 2.1 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 7.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Origin: Japan
  • Item model number: SNK807
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #67 in Watches (See Top 100 in Watches)
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    Product Specifications

    Watch Information
    Brand, Seller, or Collection Name Seiko
    Model number SNK807
    Part Number SNK807
    Model Year 2014
    Item Shape Round
    Dial window material type Hardlex
    Display Type Analog
    Clasp Buckle
    Case material Stainless steel
    Case diameter 37 millimeters
    Case Thickness 11 millimeters
    Band Material Canvas
    Band length Men's Standard
    Band width 18 millimeters
    Band Color Blue
    Dial color Blue
    Bezel material Stainless steel
    Bezel function Stationary
    Calendar Day and date
    Special features Calendar
    Item weight 2.08 Ounces
    Movement Automatic self wind
    Water resistant depth 99 Feet

    Customer Questions & Answers

    Customer Reviews

    4.1 out of 5 stars

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    635 of 658 people found the following review helpful By Dirk J. Willard on June 14, 2008
    Verified Purchase
    I am still in the process of reviewing this product. Here's what I have so far:

    Xbar 107 seconds/week (runs fast) (7 min./month compared to 2-4 sec./month quart watch)
    St DEV 27 sec.
    N = 7
    95% CI 2.447 using Student's t
    m+ = 136 seconds/week
    m- = 78 seconds/week

    Summary:

    Good points:
    * Beautiful with dark blue face, white symbols, functional medium blue nylon band;
    * Easy to read, even in the dark;
    * Easy to use with uncomplicated settings similar to other watches;
    * Compact design;
    * Measurement consistency is excellent compared to quartz mechanism.

    Bad points:
    * Difficult to set time (see instruction below);
    * Gains 10 seconds a day (consistency); and
    * Does not have a manual wind stem.

    Discussion
    This watch looks great. Unlike other self-winding or kinetic watches, this one is compact. In the best tradition of Japanese product development they thought hard on how this watch should function and say about the wearer. The hands are easy to reading, even for those of use with failing eyesight. The second sweep hand has a read tip allowing easy setting of the time.

    Unlike some Japanese product, they provided a short, simple instruction on winding the watch. Here, I am comparing them to Citizen's ecco-drive watch, which I also own. Just gently work your arm back and forth for three minutes and the self-wind watch will charge; or, you could wear it for a day.

    Okay, now for the negatives. First, this is not your quartz watch. The original self-winding mechanism was invented, according to Wikipedia, by a Swiss watchmaker in 1770.
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    101 of 107 people found the following review helpful By C. Perry on June 27, 2011
    I've owned a Baume & Mercier automatic and a Longines automatic watch for years. Since the other two watches set my wallet back quite a bit, and also since I've "acquired" a wife and two little ones since their purchase, I didn't want to break the bank this time around. So, after reading reviews for this little gem, I pulled the trigger and scored one for twenty-five bucks less off of eBay. This watch is simply beautiful! I've owned it for three weeks and it still has maintained the same time as displayed on my cell phone. Hasn't lost a minute. It's performance is on par with my other two automatics, but I spent literally thousands of dollars less on this purchase. I was in the market for blue-faced watch that I could wear with a pair of british tan shoes and belt, so I took the liberty of replacing the blue nylon band on this watch with a cognac-colored Rios leather band I also purchased off of eBay. I also replaced the buckle with a Hadley-Roma deployment buckle with brushed stainless steel finish, which matches the brushed metal of the watch perfectly. Check out the 3 pictures I've uploaded. Nice right? I actually ended up paying more than the watch itself for the leather band and deployment buckle, but hey, considering how much I saved on the watch, it was well worth it. I plan to have this bad boy for a long time. Thank you Seiko for making affordable, sporty automatics at a super affordable price.
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    41 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Aleutian Ice Skater on April 10, 2010
    This review was originally written for the SNK803K2. The only difference is the color of the dial. But I bought this on too.

    For me this watch is fantastic. If you know auto-winds (automatics), then you know their little idiosyncrasies. So let's start there...

    Timing:
    It's not a chronometer, it does gain (or lose) more than 0.5 seconds/day. In fact, on some days it seems to gain as much as a minute. Gaining time seems to be a common observation with other owners and reviewers. My guess is that it is "set fast" at the factory, with the idea that "if we can't get it perfect out of the box, then it's better to be early than be late." For this, you could probably go down to your local watch repair and get the timing set. Having said that, My watch normally runs about a minute fast over the course of a month and that doesn't bother me. In fact, true to all automatics, it gains and loses a little time each day or so and it is generally the same "one minute" ahead of the current time for several months.

    Quality:
    The watch is obvious quality. Seiko is quality and they obviously get a great job on this one too. It's quite rugged. I regularly ride a both a mountain bike and road bike to work, which is 12 miles in one direction. The watch take a vibrational beating, but never really misses a beat (outside of the range mentioned in the previous paragraph).

    Looks:
    I wasn't keen on the style of the band that came with the watch, although it is tough and will probably never come apart. I went a got a leather band, and this thing is beautiful. No kidding, totally styling.

    Trivia:
    The numbers on the watch dial are definitely unique: minutes on the outside; hours on the inside...
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    49 of 55 people found the following review helpful By World citizen on September 23, 2009
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    This is a very special watch in several respects: You can see the clockwork through the transparent backside; both day and date are shown; there is no need for battery changes, nor manual winding up of the clockwork. The strap is solid and washable. I have become very attached to it ...
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